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The Olango Wildlife Sanctuary is is located two miles off Mactan Island, Cebu, Philippines.
The sanctuary is a 920- hectare sanctuary for migratory birds from Siberia, Northern China, and Japan. These birds flock all the way towards Australia and New Zealand to find food and avoid the winter cold.
Olango Wildlife Sanctuary supports the largest concentration of migratory birds found so far in the Philippines. There are 97 species of birds in Olango, 48 of which are migratory, while the rest are resident birds of the island.
For bird lovers out there, Olango is the perfect place to go to. The best time to visit the sanctuary is during the months of July to November when the winter season is dawning in the Northern Hemisphere. Also, it is best that you visit the sanctuary when the tide is low as the birds are looking for foods in the flats.